Dual pathways: Law + Business Administration and Management
Students must have an interest in economic, legal and social issues; natural ability in mathematics and quantitative operations; knowledge of languages, preferably English; a capacity for analysis and synthesis and for abstract critical thought; good verbal and written communication skills; a capacity to work hard, and initiative.
This course prepares students to work as lawyers or economists. Above all, you could excel as a corporate lawyer and business advisor. You could also work in large offices of lawyers or economists. You could become an auditor and/or business consultant, state economist or tax inspector. You could also work in the direction and management of the public administration and in international institutions.